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DASHED 200:t. TO GROUND.

DASHED 200:t. TO GROUND.

BERLIN, Wednesday.—During to-day's racing at the Johannisthal Aerodrome the airman Oscar Keim fell with his Wright machine from a height of over 200 ft., owing to the rear steering apparatus breaking, and was carried away unconscious. He is suffering from severe concussion of th
August 11, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
5 END Fbor of 'rederick identally Territet ,!low and Switzer- -1 at Ter- rout fifty , Ponte- 1, York- 1,

5 END Fbor of 'rederick identally Territet ,!low and Switzer- -1 at Ter- rout fifty , Ponte- 1, York- 1,

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August 11, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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August 11, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Swastika Luck Charms What They Are -- How to Get One—And Why the Editress of MOTHER AND HOME is GIVING

Swastika Luck Charms What They Are -- How to Get One—And Why the Editress of MOTHER AND HOME is GIVING

THEM AWAY! The Swastika is the oldest, most famous, most widely-believed-in "luck charm " there is. Nobody knows how old it. is, Right back, as far as history goes—and farther—it has been worn as an emblem of health, happiness, and prosperity. In India, Japan, Mexico, Arabia, Pe
August 11, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The Fresh Air Fund provided 1,000 poor children with a. day in the country yesterday, an excursion being made to Loughton, in Essex. The photograph shows some of the youngsters cheering their unknown benefactors.

The Fresh Air Fund provided 1,000 poor children with a. day in the country yesterday, an excursion being made to Loughton, in Essex. The photograph shows some of the youngsters cheering their unknown benefactors.

COAT THAT WAS TOO SHORT. Judge Inspects Girl's Garment and Considers It " Quite Long Enough." Judge Selfe found himself in the trying position of having to adjudicate upon the fit and general merits of a young girl's coat at Marylebone County Court yesterday. After turning round
August 11, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
D The THE MORNING JOURNAL WITH THE SECOND LARGEST NET SALE One Halfpenny. No. 2116. Re g istered at the

D The THE MORNING JOURNAL WITH THE SECOND LARGEST NET SALE One Halfpenny. No. 2116. Re g istered at the

G.P.O. as a Newspaper. MONDAY, AUGUST 8, 1910 KING ALFONSO'S NARROW ESCAP2.] ON THE SHAMROCK AT COWES HIS MAJESTY'S SANG FROID DURING AN ALARMING ACCIDENT ON SIR T. LIPTON'S YACHT. . .. , , , • . • ri „ ,::: • . . . .. . . . • r. ....... . v. . .. . .. ... . King Alfonso was in
August 8, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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August 8, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LONDON AMUSEMENTS.

LONDON AMUSEMENTS.

JAPAN - BRITISH EXHIBITION, 1910. j.APAN - BRITISH EXHIBITION, 1910. SHEPHERD'S BUSH, W. OPEN 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. ADMISSION is. Demonstrating the ARTS, PRODUCTS and RESOURCES of the ALLIED EMPIRES. 150 A ACRES OF BEAUTIFUL PALACES, GARDENS ND FAIRY SCENES. 40 ACRES UNDER COVER, A
August 8, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
" DR." CRIPPEN'S MILK.

" DR." CRIPPEN'S MILK.

QUEBEC, Saturday.—" Dr." Crippen continues to read a great deal. One of the books secured for him at his request is said to be " The Confessions of St. Augustine." The Rev. A. E. Burgett visited the gaol infirmary this morning and again offered his services to Miss Le Neve, who
August 8, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BRITAIN'S MONSTER SHIPPING.

BRITAIN'S MONSTER SHIPPING.

Increase of 106 Millions in Total Tonnage in Period of Forty-eight Years.i- The history of Britain's shipping is briefly described in figures by the Board of Trade Bluebook on the subject of merchant shipping issued on Saturday. Here is a comparison of the tonnage of British and
August 8, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England